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Thread: MightyMike's Stalker V8

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    Default MightyMike's Stalker V8

    I've been tucked away in my garage for the past couple of months working on my Stalker V8. It's coming along nicely. I'm a few wires away from finishing up my wiring and just a couple coolant hoses away from adding antifreeze.

    Purchased kit as a roller...


    Last weekend...


    Speedhut gauges and billet aluminum push button switches for the dash.


    Side panels were hydro-dipped with a silver carbon fiber look, then liquid clear-bra was applied...


    Fiberglass pieces will be painted Lotus Chrome Orange. Tillett B5 seats are en-route from the UK.
    - Brunton Storker, LS3, Chassis 159
    http://www471.pair.com/stalkerv/gall...2_itemId=20165

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    Very nice!

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    what will the weight be?

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    Estimating 1450-1500 lbs
    - Brunton Storker, LS3, Chassis 159
    http://www471.pair.com/stalkerv/gall...2_itemId=20165

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    BEAUTIFUL!

    I would love to see any other photos you have. I am flying down to pick up my Brunton M-spec Monday (kit - long road ahead of me).

    Which LS engine is that? What trans did you go with?

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    Are you running a dry sump?

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    I have some photos posted in the gallery section at www.bruntonauto.com. The engine is the 430hp LS3 crate motor. It is mated to a T-56 transmission.

    Safe travels to pickup your M-spec. I look forward to seeing photos of your build.

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    Not running a dry sump - stock oil pan

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    Man, that looks FAST, does the speedo read in MPH or WARP?
    Life happens while you're making other plans
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    Hydro-dipped Side panels! - Amazing! Your setting the bar pretty high.

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